Niki Papageorgiou is an Associate Professor of Sociology of Religion and Ethics in the Faculty of Theology of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She studied Theology in the Aristotle University and Sociology of Religion in the Roman Catholic University of Louvain-La-Neuve. She teaches Sociology of Religion and Christianity, Introduction to Ethics, Religion and Society in the Modern Greece, Religion and Migration. Main publications are: The Church in the modern Greek society, Pournaras Publ., Thessaloniki 2001 (in Greek), Transformations of the sacred: Sociology and Religion in Marcel Mauss’s work, Pournaras Publ., Thessaloniki 2005 (in Greek), Religion and Migration: The Sikh community in Greece, Sfakianakis Publ., Thessaloniki 2011 (in Greek), “Migration as a possible source of religious conflicts: The intervention of policy makers”, in Erik Eynikel, Angeliki Ziaka (eds), Religion and Conflict, Harptree Publishing, London 2011, pp. 278-305, “Sikhs Immigrants in Greece: On the Road to Integration”, Knut Jacobsen & Kristina Myrvold (eds), Sikhs in Europe: Migration, Identities and Representations, Asghate, Burlington 2011, pp. 200-222. She has many publications in collective tomes and participation in various congresses. She is Vice-President of the Greek Society of Middle East Studies and member of International Societies concerning the Study of Religion.
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